The world football governing body FIFA has announced Issa Hayatou as its acting president .
Fifa explained that Sepp Blatter had been relieved of his duties and that Issa Hayatou, the head of African football from Cameroon, would be acting president.
The Fifa statement said, in accordance with Fifa’s code of ethics, Joseph S. Blatter was relieved of all his duties as Fifa president following the decision to provisionally ban him from all football activities on a national and international level.
“Joseph S. Blatter, for the duration of the 90-day ban, is not allowed to represent Fifa in any capacity, act on the organisation’s behalf, or communicate to media or other stakeholders as a Fifa representative.
Blatter is disappointed that Fifa‘s ethics committee did not speak with him before provisionally suspending him, lawyers for the world soccer body‘s president explained this today.
Blatter’s lawyers said he was looking forward to presenting evidence that will prove he did not engage in any misconduct.